un-irritated

irritated

[ir-i-tey-tid]
adjective
1.
angered, provoked, or annoyed.
2.
inflamed or made raw, as a part of the body.

Origin:
1585–95; irritate + -ed2

irritatedly, adverb
unirritated, adjective
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irritate
1530s, from L. irritatus, from pp. stem of irritare "excite, provoke." An earlier verb form was irrite (mid-15c.), from O.Fr. irriter.
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